18/09/2018 - 15:42

Carmel, Aegis win Joondalup project

18/09/2018 - 15:42

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Property developer Carmel Group and Aegis Aged Care Group have been chosen to build a $100 million multigenerational development at the former Joondalup Basketball Stadium.

The new development will be located at the former Joondalup Basketball Stadium. Photo: Gabriel Oliveira

Property developer Carmel Group and Aegis Aged Care Group have been chosen to build a $100 million multigenerational development at the former Joondalup Basketball Stadium.

The state government project will include homes, aged care, childcare, leisure and medical facilities.

The land will be subdivided into three lots to facilitate an integrated development linked by a shared public open space with tree-lined walkways, children’s play areas and a community garden.

The development is planned for completion in 2024.

The proposed development will include a five-storey, 140-suite aged care centre to be owned and managed by Aegis, with respite care facilities.

Aegis is the largest, privately owned residential aged care provider in Western Australia, operating more than 25 quality aged care residences throughout Perth.

A second lot will cater for retirement living, with Carmel Group developing 74 independent living units over six storeys to be managed by a specialist provider.

Subiaco-based developer Carmel Group has been operating in WA for more than 30 years.

Lot three, with frontage to Collier Pass, will become the site of a landmark mixed-use, eight-storey tower comprising 72 family apartments, as well as 46 serviced apartments.

The 4,600 square metre site will also include a medical centre, hospitality and retail outlets, childcare facilities and office space. 

“We have contracted two quality proponents that will transform an ideally positioned site into an iconic entry statement to the Joondalup city centre,” Lands Minister Rita Saffioti said.

“We are facilitating innovative solutions to higher-density requirements, and this development will ensure residents enjoy the benefits of a vibrant, connected community, with a range of established amenities on their doorstep.  

“This is a great example of the state government’s commitment to delivering a diverse range of aged care options that allow people to remain connected to their communities, and their established social and family networks.”

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